Championship : Ranelagh Gaels

By: Ranelagh Gaels  05/12/2011

Championship : Ranelagh Gaels

Category: Championship

Ranelagh Gaels 2-5 Parnells 2-9 RANELAGH Gaels’ brilliant run in the Junior C Championship came to an end at the semi-final stage on Sunday. Having beaten teams ranked far higher than them in earlier rounds, most notably Naomh Fionnbarra in the quarter-finals, the Gaels finally came undone against an excellent Parnells side in Balgriffin. Ranelagh [..]

Ranelagh Gaels 2-5 Naomh Fionbarra 0-9 Ranelagh Gaels battled their way to the semi-finals of the Junior C Championship with a brilliant away win against Naomh Fionnbarra on Sunday. Playing against the Division 7 Champions on their home patch in a do-or-die quarter-final, the Gaels showed tremendous intensity to beat higher ranked opposition. The ’Barrs [..]

X   Ranelagh Gaels 1-15 St Sylvester’s 1-12 By Gordon Manning RANELAGH GAELS’ reputation as ET specialists continued on Thursday night – but the star of the show was Duracell Bunny Barry O’Brien. Once more the Gaels had to phone home – Smyths – to say they’d be late after O’Brien’s clinically struck injury-time goal [..]

It was a great week for Ranelagh Gaels with two championship wins inside three days. First up on Tuesday were the Junior D’s, who won their first round replay against Robert Emmet’s to set up a meeting with St Anne’s this weekend. Then on Thursday night Liam O’Hagan’s Junior C’s advanced to the quarter-finals following [..]

Another championship outing for Ranelagh Gaels and another extra time epic. A new chapter was opened in the Gaels history books as for the first time a second team took part in the Dublin Junior D Championship with Robert Emmets of Walkinstown providing the opposition.

Ranelagh Gaels 0-20 Round Tower (C) 3-9 (After extra-time) Ranelagh Gaels came out on top after 80 epic minutes of football in the first round of the Junior C Championship on Thursday night. The Gaels didn’t always make it easy on themselves against Round Towers in Clondalkin, but in the end they did just about [..]

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